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India Bazaar sustains culinary tradition

In May owner Shan Parmley opened a second location in Kailua at Enchanted Lake Shopping Center. Read More

At Kam Bowl in Kalihi, local favorites live on

When Kam Bowl closed in 2007 to make way for Walgreens in the Kamehameha Shopping Center — taking Kapiolani Coffee Shop’s famous oxtail soup along with it — people were bereft. Read More

Sister-run cafe’s sandwiches, salads and more lean local

Who knew that Jenn Hee would end up cooking for a living? She sure didn’t. Read More

Customized pies without the wait

Nothing is more satisfying than satiating a ravenous appetite with slices of freshly baked pizza. Read More

Bankoh cafes downtown, in Kapolei are worth a visit

Bank of Hawaii’s Cafe Blue cafeterias in downtown Hono­lulu and Kapolei are open to everyone, not just bank employees, but few in the general public take advantage. Read More

Diner bustles with old and new faves, and more locations

Forty Niner is truly a throwback diner, serving nostalgic comfort food and contemporary favorites. Read More
 

Waipahu market satisfies Polynesian food cravings

Everybody needs a taste of home, but those from Samoa likely have discovered that restaurants serving their cuisine can be few and far between. Sometimes just getting theproper ingredients to prepare the food on their own can be a challenge. Read More

Kaimuki shop gives boost to local businesses

Lois Shimabukuro’s family business legacy reaches back through generations of providing local homes and restaurants with fresh, local Ka Lei brand eggs. Read More

Friends’ tasty Thai cuisine has stuck around 24 years

Thai Mixed Plate was born of a chat among friends after dinner one evening. Read More
 

Favorite grinds from around Oahu merge at single spot

Rainbow Drive-In, an island institution since 1961, gave birth in 2014 to Hawaii’s Favorite Kitchens, taking over a neighboring building with a marketplace concept designed to merge local grinds with nostalgia. Read More

Chicken is king at KJ’s but other choices await

Devotees of KJ’s Local Grindz in Kaneohe are familiar with its famed fowl fare. Read More

Museum cafe serves dishes with a side order of history

This classy cafe on the grounds of the Mission Houses Museum is run by chef Mark Noguchi and his wife, Amanda Corby, a power couple known for the sheer force of enthusiasm they bring to their projects. Read More

Moiliili eatery’s bentos fresh, authentic

Kokoro-Tei in Moiliili blows away conventional expectations about bentos. Read More

With vegan choices like these, you won’t miss the meat

Meat eaters who never will give up bacon, burgers or any sort of roast beast need not make any life-changing commitments in order to try the vegetarian and vegan fare at Water Drop Vegetarian House. Read More

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